Welcome to the Study Area
belkin.ubc.ca offers a number of options that increase its value as an educational and research resource for students, instructors, researchers, curators and artists.
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From any page, a website search will start as you begin to type. For directed research, the Search field corrects minor misspellings.
Our permanent collection and archival holdings can be searched at http://collection.belkin.ubc.ca
Questions about the Permanent Collection can be directed to the Registrar.
Questions about the Archives can be directed to the Archivist.
The Archives is open to all researchers by appointment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Our library, and other collections of artist files, research folios, and publications are also available for use by appointment.
Researchers are required to complete a registration form and agree to follow our archival research room guidelines. Digital photography is permitted for research purposes only. Please contact the Archivist to plan your visit.
Each Exhibition page features a List of Works and a Bibliography below the introductory text. Personalized Lists of Works and Bibliographies may be created by clicking on an entry and pasting it into your spreadsheet or word processing document.
For select Exhibitions, Study Guides are available in PDF format. These can be found on the exhibition pages.
In-class use may include projecting the live site, or using the images in a PDF version in a screen presentation. Alternately, choosing ‘Save As’ from the file menu will allow you retain the archival information and description along with the image in a Web Archive file.
Essays and articles are available to download as PDFs to create a collection of print resources for research. Texts may be printed by choosing Print from the File menu in your browser. Resources conform to Chicago Manual of Style for citation purposes.
High resolution copies of art work documentation and archival materials for research purposes are available for a fee. To request copies, contact our Registrar.
Permission to publish, reproduce, and distribute images and documents in our collections will be granted in accordance with applicable legislation and donor conditions.
All content on this site is protected by copyright. The educational resources on this site may be used, reproduced and distributed by instructors for non-commercial, educational purposes without additional permission. Any other reproduction or use of content from this site requires the user to obtain copyright clearance.
To request permission to use copyrighted materials, contact our Registrar.
Tours of our exhibitions for school groups and post-secondary classes are tailored to each group according to the course syllabus. Selected works of art are discussed in relation to relevant readings and ideas that are being explored in the class. To request a tour, contact the Manager of Public Programs.